Yoko London pearl and diamond chandelier earrings Lines of bezel-set round diamonds lead to the pink freshwater pearls that dangle from these chandelier-style earrings, each with a white South Sea pearl at the top. 18k rose gold 10-14mm South Sea and freshwater pearls 3.55 cts. t.w. diamonds
Enypniastes - Species in this genus have developed webbed swimming structures at the front and back of their bodies which enable them to swim up off the surface of the sea floor and to journey as much as 1000m up into the water column. When Oceaneering ROV pilots saw and photographed the creature at 2500m depth they named it “The Headless Chicken Fish.”
OK..think about it. One of the most dangerous predators on man in the world...and he's in front of it with a camera..underwater! (all those fragile breathing tubes etc) Of course this could be ROV or sub..in which case "Wuss!"
This pink see-through fantasia, Enypniastes, is a swimming sea cucumber seen about 2,500 metres deep in the Celebes Sea. In 2007 WHOI biologist Larry Madin led a team of scientists and photographers from the US and the Philippines on an expedition to explore biodiversity in the deep Celebes Sea ..." Picture: CENSUS OF MARINE LIFE / Laurence Madin, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
The dumbo octopus, Grimpoteuthis, is named for its likeness to the Disney elephant character. They live near the deep seafloor from a few hundred metersm deep to over 4000 meters. They usually hunt for prey by hovering over the deep, muddy bottom, but this one was observed by ROV Doc Ricketts swimming above the seafloor.